Dan doo

There was a good old man lived out west, Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
There was a good old man lived out west,
Tom Kling-klass Mc-Kling-gle.
He had an old wife that was none of your best,
And it's harum, barum, compario,
Hicky-you-ka-tack kleming-go, Tom Kling-klass Mc-Kling-gle.

This good old man came in from his plow, Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
This good old man came in from his plow,
Tom Kling-klass Mc-Kling-gle.
Said he, "Old wife, is breakfast ready now?"
It's harum, barum, compario.
Hicky-you-ka-tack kleming-go, Tom Kling-klass Mc-Kling-gle.

"There's some dry bread and meat in on the shelf," Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
"There's some dry bread and meat in on the shelf,"
"If you want more than that, you can git it yourself. "
This good old man went down to the sheep-fold, Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
This good old man went down to the sheep-fold,
He caught a sheep and did him hold,

He hung this sheep on a hickory pin, Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
He hung this sheep on a hickory pin,
And away he jerked him out of his skin,

He put this sheepskin on his old wife's back, Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
He put this sheepskin on his old wife's back,
The two little sticks, they went whickity whack,

"I'll go tell my father and mother and all my kin," Dan Doo, Dan Doo,
"I'll go tell my father and mother and all my kin,"
"You've whaled me once, and you won't do it again."

"You can go and tell your father and mother and all your kin," Dan Doo, Dan
Doo
"You can go and tell your father and mother and all your kin,"
"But I've whaled you once and I'll do it again. "
This good old man travelled fourteen miles in fifteen days, Dan Doo, Dan
Doo,
This good old man travelled fourteen miles in fifteen days,
And if you don't cut a lap getting out of the way fast,
You can harum, barum, compario.
Hicky-you-ka-tack kleming-go, Tom Kling-klass Mc-Kling-gle.

Child #277
From Folk Songs out of Wisconsin, Peters
Collected from Charles Dietz, Monroe, Wisconsin, 1946
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